Fabrice Rondon is a self taught visual artist from France, based in Paris, France. He studied at Parson School of Design in Paris and at La Villa Arson in Nice.

 

Fabrice has been working as a freelance art director since 1997 and from 2015 he started with his personal photographic art work. His first project ”Vanitas” was exhibited at One Eyeland where he won the silver award followed by publication in One Eyeland BASIC fashion magazine. After this the photo series continued to travel around at different exhibitions and he won a few photographic awards with VANITAS. (MIFA 2016, PX3 2016 and IPA 2016). 

 

His art works are closer to photographic painting rather than photography. "I am not so much interested in depicting reality but more in revealing an alternative one - a metaphysical reality. The closest historical inspirational art movement that could be attached to my work comes from ‘Pittura metaphysica ‘ created by Gorgio de Chirico and Carlo Carra" Fabrice describes. This art movement states that we should consider more than just the figurative and bodily, to understand ‘that which cannot be seen’. Thus meaning that the physical world is not presenting reality as it is. 

 

His photographic art language is spectacular. Some love it while others refuse it. For sure his art works do not pass by without any arousing feelings.

Paula 

Lidström

Photographer & Art Director